When it comes to male enhancement options, most people’s minds turn to surgery.
Penis enlargement surgery first became popular in the late 90s, with most surgeries getting a bad rap early on due to the many complications.
Fortunately, techniques and technology have come a long way since then but this doesn’t mean that all medical boards have approved these types of procedures, with most believing that the risks still far outweigh the benefits.
Penis enlargement surgery risks
There are a number of risks associated with penis enlargement surgery, including erectile dysfunction, deformation and infection.
With that being said though, penis surgery is still one of the only solutions available to men who have been injured in an accident or suffered a trauma. And even though it’s not the most popular option, there are still reputable surgeons who can perform this procedure.
Another drawback of penis surgery is that it’s costly, with most procedures costing up to $5,000 because of the doctor’s appointments, anaesthesia and cost of the equipment needed to complete the surgery.
Thankfully, if your only concern is the size and girth of your penis, there are a number of other options available to you that don’t have the drawbacks that surgery does.
Penis enlargement with fillers
The penis enlargement technique developed by Calibre is one of the most talked-about procedures available today and is one of the best alternatives to surgery.
While injecting fillers into your penis might sound painful, it’s nothing compared to the pain that follows an enlargement surgery.
In order to enhance the size of the penis, a gel-like substance is injected into the head and shaft of the penis. The dermal fillers help smooth and soften lines and creases, restore lost volume and contour the penis. Basically, the fillers plump up the penis, increasing overall girth and it can also be used to increase the length of the penis to some extent.
Benefits of dermal fillers for male enhancement
Dermal fillers contain hyaluronic acid, which occurs naturally in the middle layer of human skin so you won’t be injecting any toxic substances into your body. The procedure doesn’t take longer than an hour and it’s minimally invasive too. Unlike surgery that requires a hospital stay, you will only need to head to your doctor’s office over lunch or after work to benefit from this procedure.
Patients don’t have to worry about downtime either and will be able to enjoy a healthy sex life again 48 hours after their procedure.
Lastly, dermal fillers cost around 1/3 of what you would pay for surgery, which ends up saving you thousands of dollars for the same, if not better, results. It should be noted that you will need top-up treatments in order to maintain your results but this still outweighs the pain, inconvenience and cost of surgery.
If you are considering dermal fillers, it’s important that you have realistic expectations about your results but your doctor will be able to give you a better idea of what to expect before you go ahead with the procedure.